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'm dick carter. >>> celebrating the fourth under a watchful eye. baltimore city police wife up patrols. no sneak has more on how the night went. >> reporter: most of the crowds are already gone. not too long ago, these walkways were packed with people, and among them were a love of baltimore city police officer. their job was to keep things safe and they seem to have done that. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of eyes fixated on the sky over the inner harbor as fireworks lit up the night. >> that was a big one. >> my little kids love watching it. it make mess happy to see them happy. >> reporter: the massive crowds only adding to the excitement and patriotic energy of the show. but mixed in with the clutches of people were hundreds of baltimore city police officers. their job was to keep this celebration violence free. last year, several fights broke out and a 4-year-old was hit by a stray bullet. >> reporter: the security started with these new barriers. >> reporter: all police officer are now in uniform to make sure their presence is known. >> we have the ground forces, and earl su
cigarettes the average price is now more than $5 a pack. >>> new, baltimore city will receive seven and a half million dollars of a 175 million-dollar settlement with wells fargo over accusations it discriminated against minorities, in violation of fair labor laws in 36 states. baltimore filed the suit in 2008 because of the subprime lending practices targeted minority neighborhoods in the city. >> if you are african american or latino, you are more likely to be placed in a subprime loan or pay more for the mortgage loan though you are qualified and deserved better treatment. >> they have agreed to commit to lending more than 400 million in baltimore city for the next five-years with more than 100 million for low and moderate income residents. >>> new report showed foreclosures are up from 26% from the end of last year. california based report says that one in 300 homes in foreclosure in maryland. they report there is about a 8% drop from this time a year ago. >>> that pit bulldog rolling in maryland is on hold after the court ruled that pit bull owners would be liable if the dog
. most of the outages were in baltimore city and baltimore county. >> reporter: finally, relief from the heat, after more than a week of sweltering temperatures that killed at least 13 people in maryland and more than 45 nationwide. it buckled train tracks and roads. even softened pavement enough to get this jet stuck. >> does she wear glasses or contacts? >> and there could be more deaths, as final numbers are tallied and official reports are coming in from the medical examiner. the hot air fueled storms that left more than 7,000 people without power last week. and more storms last night, knocked out power again to hundreds after bge just finished restoration efforts. the utility will file a report with the public service commission, which regulates it, within three weeks about their response. and the psc will hold hearings over whether it was appropriate. many won't soon forget those stifling temperatures. >> i'm really glad that there's air conditioning. >> a lot of people are sick of it. >> it is for now. but summer is only just beginning. >> reporter: construction work continues
,000 without service. in baltimore county, more than 32,000 have no power. baltimore city, it's just under 20,000. and howard county has 4700 customers still without service. in all right now, 77,000 homes and businesses still need to have their service restored. maryland's heat wave continues right now. a heat advisory is in effect for most of the state. outside, it's sunny and hot. and for the eighth day in a row, the temperature is over 90 degrees. first warning weather coverage continues with bob turk, who is updating these pleasant conditions. >> unfortunately, i don't see a lot of that break coming until maybe next week. we have a break in the thunderstorms now. it's very quiet. just a few things up near west virginia. but we do expect to see things beginning to pop this afternoon. a few things showing up. not much to look at at this point. but i am concerned with all of this heat and energy in the atmosphere, we could see some widely scattered, severe thunderstorms tonight. probably between 5:00 and 9:00. most should be over by then. but there's certainly a possibility of some isolated
it was the crime was bad. >> at that time baltimore was the number one for killing city in america. to overcome that and rise above that and sit here and talk to you and try to describe that atmosphere to you, i'll be here all day. >> i want to talk a little bit about what i think a lot of people talk about which is your grandfather who's been described as your best friend. you were about to reach the pin cal of your career when he died in the commission of a crime. and i was surprised how it didn't make you turn angry and bitter. that surprised me a lot. most people that would -- never get over that and become hardened people and you haven't done that. why not? >> i was. >> you were a mad person? >> no question about it. i was young, you know, i just committed to go to wake forest, signed my letter of intent, probably the happiest day of my life. spent the night with my grandfather and the next night found out he had been murdered. i was bitter. i talked to my mom about when you're a kid you make rational decision, i don't know if i can hope anymore, my grand dad is at every game. and i questi
was not hers. >> the apartment building where her body was discovered is owned by the baltimore city housing e authority. ed -- housing authority. >>> road closures caused frustrating gridlock for thousands of commuters in downtown. the work is expected to take 2 weeks. senator ben cardin is calling on congress for help. he said the ageing water system is a problem facing many states. >>> some heat returns to maryland and it's bringing the humidity with it. here's a live look outside. the sun is out but it's mostly cloudy skies for the day and there's a chance for pop up thunderstorms. wjz has weather and traffic together. bob turk is tracking the weather. >> saturday was a record low of 69. right now the upper 80s. we have some scattered shower activity around. most of it looks like it's to our north or to our southwest. the closest active to the maryland is bad ship across southern pennsylvania. it looks like it's going to hit to your folks in northern sections of hartford county, maybe cecil county in the next couple of hours. there's some showers that may move into northern baltimore and h
in baltimore county. baltimore city, anne arundel county and howard county, are also seeing a high number of outages. in total, 79,000 bge customers still do not have electricity. >>> right now, a heat advisory is in effect, adding to the troubles, during this storm recovery. first warning weather coverage continues now, with bob turk, who is tracking would temperatures and storms. bob? >> storms certainly a possibility upon as you mentioned. we have a couple that just popped up north and west of the region. let's take a look at this stuff moving down from pennsylvania. and there's more off across the extreme northwestern portion of pennsylvania. that could affect the region. one storm south of taneytown. another in front of catoctin, south of thurmont. these are moving off to the southeast. at 20 miles per hour. there you see them, over the last hour. heading towards walkersville. these have had a history of lightning and wind gusts around 35 to 40 miles an hour. they will continue to develop this afternoon and this evening. unfortunately, there is a risk of some severe storms tonight un
will be in effect. the state department confirmed eight more heat related deaths. two in baltimore city, two in baltimore county, two in ann arundel county. >>> 6 0 days, that's how long the governor is giving a plan of energy advisors. the damages caused by the storms and widespread outages led to the governor to issue an executive order given the energy leaders a mandate to come up with a plan. >>> in a few hours we should find out whether a special session will be h -- held to expand gambling. stay with wjz >>> president obama had an event in new orleans. he was speaking to members of the national urban league. >> you're competing against people in beijing and bangalore. they're not hanging out. they're not getting over. they're not playing video games. they're not watching real housewives. >> there you go. the president of the united states knows what real housewives is. we did it we broke america. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." >> i was wondering if you had a favorite real housewives story to share. charlie goes i'll pass. >> one of the main mysteries in the penn stat
" reports leaders in baltimore say the city's troubles were aggravated by bankers' manipulation of key interest rates linked to hundreds of millions of dollars the city borrowed, baltimore's been leading a battle in a manhattan federal court against the banks that determine the interest rate. including massachusetts, nassau county, long island, and california public pension system are looking at whether they suffered similar losses and weighing legal action. we'll talk more about the libor scandal with former fdic chair sheila bair. the chair bair. but she isn't chair anymore. you knew that lawyers would be able to talk people into -- >> oh, right. >> that you would find a way to -- i remember when -- the guy that elizabeth warren's -- oh, he was -- >> the ambulance chaser. >> he had magnetic business cards as ambulances went by. call me, call me, call me. now he's in charge of the -- i mean, i -- >> they'll be running ads with 800 numbers for you to call. >> oh, yeah. definitely. >> except i think there's -- maybe i'm wrong on this. there's a mistaken belief that libor impacts a lot -
in the plane. he survived and is recovering. >>> underarmor honors a baltimore city schoolteacher for refining what it means to be a woman athlete. she trained girls for 10 weeks until they would run 1 mile. she gets an underarmor sponsorship deal that includes training and athletic gear. stay with wjz 13, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> jeff daniels approves. he says good music. welcome back to "cbs this morning." we've been watching jeff daniels in memorable roles for three decades, like "dumb and dumber," "terms of endearment" and god of carnage. >> he takes on the role of an anchor man with personal demons. >> your father, he was an abusive alcoholic. >> i didn't say that. >> but he was, right? >> you got that in the 40 minutes that i've been sitting here that seemed like a week and a half? can i have a prescription now? >> he hit you? >> come on. >> he hit you, right? >> how many times did you see goodwill hunting? >> he hit you, yes. he hit your mother. >> yes. >> you have a brother, two sisters. he hit them, right? >> look, he didn't hit anybody once i was old enough to hit him back. >> jeff daniels
means that landlords cannot evict tenants for owning pit bulls. >>> baltimore's city fire chief getting a raise. the city council approved a new 6 year contract. by the ended -- end of the deal his salary will be $28,000 higher than his current pay. three city fire companies just closed due to budget constraints. >>> ann arundel county police are forced to use a taser on a man running naked through the street. police found james frederick brown partly nude. police say he threatened officers resisted arrest and it took several officers and a taser ♪ ♪ >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." the enchanting unusual broadway musical "once" took home eight tony awards last month, including best musical. >> oscar independent film in 1996. tells the story of an irish musician and immigrant drawn together by love of music. >> the show's gifted star, steve kazee and cristin milioti are here. >> great to have you here. full disclosure, anybody associated with this show i became obsessed after seeing it. this is a lot of people feel go in not knowing what to expect and walk out of
. >> city police are investigating a shooting in northwest baltimore. police say a man was shot multiple times just after 3:00 saturday morning in the 3500 block of west belvedere avenue. 21-year-old was hit in the face and body and he was taken to an area hospital and is in critical but stable condition. detectives are asking anyone with information about the shooting to contact the northwest precinct. >> a four wheeler timid over in baltimore county sending eight people to the hospital. the accident happened in the 1700 block of munkton farm drive a little after 10:00 has night. baltimore county police are currently investigating that incident and police in carroll county are investigating a multivehicle car crash in mount airy. it happened at the intersection of route 27 and south main street before 7:00 last night. we're told there were multiple injuries. no word of what caused that crash. howard county police have identified a man killed in a car crash in ellicott city. the accident happened around 1:45 saturday in the 9500 block of old frederick road. mrs. say 87-year-old harold n
as proved cutting city pensions. and baltimore may sell ad space on the side their trucks. >> we're getting an indication, that if we don't pay attention to it and address the problems early enough, the problems would be too big for us to solve with simple solutions and drastic measures will come. >> reporter: a scranton public works employee says he's already taken drastic action, dipping into precious savings, after watching his pay drop from $900 every two with weeks to about $340 last payday. >> we bust our chops every day. and you kind of just expect the pay. you know, you expect your wages. this is something that shouldn't happen to anybody. >> reporter: the mayor here says the situation is so dire, he's proposed a 78% property tax hike over four years, something residents here certainly don't want to hear about. in the meantime, unions try to keep up the pressure in court for their full pay and what the city now owes them in back wages. brian? >> ron allen starting us off tonight in scranton, pennsylvania. as we mentioned, this tough economy is what was on voter's minds today. as bot
with ways to raise money. the city of baltimore has an unusual idea, considering selling ads to put on fire trucks. city council committee says the ad revenue may prevent the closing of several fire stations but critics say it won't raise enough money. first we thought waits a dumb idea until this. what do you think? clever advertising? or silly? anyway we had fun witness. if extra drivers are needed just give me a call. see? i can drive a fire truck. you thought i
with the housing bubble. old industrial cities like detroit, pittsburgh, baltimore, philadelphia, a lot of those daderelict homes are n- is it good news or bad news happening with housing now, steve. >> overall, david, it's slightly bullish and morgan is right from very, very depressed levels if the government hadn't intervened so much and yet the market clear we had have a robust housing revival across the board. government hurt, didn't help on this one. >> david: steve, we're told in past recessions, really to come out of it you need revival of the housing market. is that true as well? >> no you need revival of the economy, which brings housing with it. and let's focus on the economy instead of the rifle shot approach that ends up mucking up the economy. >> and michael going back to the top of the show, what we need is economic revival in this country to get everything going and that takes fiscal policies, right. >> history has taught us repeatedly housing will not go up until employment goes u like steve said, this administration by constantly attacking success has hurt the recovery. victoria
ocean city. that's severe weather will stay away from baltimore. a mixture of sun and clouds. it will turn less humid. high temperature in the low 90's. the seven-day forecast in just a few minutes. >> 70 degrees on tv hill. b.g.e. continues to restore power to more than 200,000 maryland residents. >> the heat remains. where you can get some relief. >> we have some downedwn [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute >> live, local, late-breaking, this is wbal-tv 11 news today. stillthis time we're saying this'll be a multi day restoration. >> it was it long weekend for half a million maryland residents and a to be even longer for many of them. >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> more on the cleanup in just a minute. minute.
many cities baltimore has long sold ad space on trains and buses. but now politicians here are eing red. how unusual is this idea? >> unusual. >> reporter: this councilman is behind the proposal to sell ads on fire trucks to stop the cash-strapped city from closing three stations including this one for good. >> it's not selling out. having advertising puts contl in the hands of the fire department itself. >> please don't shut down these companies. >> reporter: the city council just voted to support the measure. >> when i first heard the bill i thought i was idiotic. but after the shock wore off this shows how far that we have to go to think outside-the-box. >> reporter: apparently baltimore isn't the only town thinking outside of that box. city leaders throughout the country are getting creative to make end meet. chicago has sold ad space on so of its iconic bridges to bank of america. philadelphia has rented out a transit station to at&t. and brazil, indiana let k of c advertise their chicken wings on fire hydrants. but some say mixing the two is commercial graffiti. >> we live in a so
, yet another day riple digit temperatures from oklahoma city to baltimore. record breaking heat now linked to two deaths in chicago. severe storms through parts of tennessee, killing two people and knocking out power to thousands. >>> and thanks but no thanks. the lifeguard fired who leaving his zone for a rescue was offered his job back. why did he turn it down? we'll explain today, july 6th, 2012. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and welcome to "today" on this friday morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm willie geist in for matt. more on this morning's jobs report in a mom. meantime the brutal heat wave that's gripped much of this nation expected finally to come to an end this weekend. >> you may be feeling the impact of the summer scorcher long after this weather cools down. we'll explain straight ahead. >> new details on that fourth of july tragedy off new york's long island, three children killed when a yacht capsized. this morning we'll hear from the man who was operating the boat at the time and lost his nephew in the
and figure out where wisdom was last night. eighty degrees in washington and reagan national at, in baltimore, 79 degrees; 82 naval air station; 81 ocean city and around the bay and temperatures are warm this morning. 71 out of dulles and more out of the city. the forecast, highs in the upper 90s to triple digits, 101 in fredericksburg; 91, washington. the heat advisory in effect at noon through 8:00 tonight and mix in humidity is going to feel like 105 around here and could be an isolated storm and most of the region, you will not see anything that is is not going to provide relief. >> a little bit -- . >> stickier j. a big show of lightening and wind again. >> right. >> we not expecting anything like friday night. >> thank you, tucker. >> just a lot of heat. >> and light check in with julie wright and traffic. things heating up out there? >> they are. we're getting busy. quickly, wisdom, my mom watches us online and welcome back, she missed you. >> tell her thank you very much. >> and you have to say i had to shelby. >> hi, shelby. it like shelby, not like a yankee. [ laughter ] >> hi, shel
, of course, is my home city of baltimore, where the water infrastructure is historic as some of its buildings, well over 100 years old. we've talked about this issue, but, madam president, i just want to bring to your attention that this past monday in baltimore, 120-year-old water main broke creating a massive crater in downtown baltimore on one of the busiest streets in our city. i've been told it's going to take a couple of weeks before that can be fixed. i've also been told that as a result, downtown baltimore was flooded and sending thousands of workers home, costing businesses countless loss of revenue. now, okay, you say these things happen. well, in baltimore we have a water main break at the rate of about two or three a day, causing a lot of cost, because our city workers have to go out and dig it up and have to cut off water service, homes are inconvenienced by not having the ability to get their water. and we go through this again and again. what we need to do is upgrade our water infrastructure. we all understand that. we need to make that investment. and these major water main br
, baltimore, philadelphia, the oakland/san francisco bay area, new york city, cleveland and riverside- salmon and tuna-ontario, california. these are areas that were heavily impacted -- riverside- san bernardino-ontario, california. these are areas that were heavily impacted. wells fargo has agreed to conduct an internal compliance review of a subset of its retail subprime loans during 2004-2008 to identify any prime qualified african-american or latino retail customer who was improperly placed in a subprime loan. wells fargo will compensate these borrowers in an amount similar to the amounts paid to borrowers who received improperly subprime loans from the wholesale division. all amounts paid to retail customers will be in addition to the $125 million in relief for the wholesale customer. while the federal government must be a credible deterrent to those who would choose to violate our fair lending laws, the best policing is often the policing that comes from within. that work is vital to ensuring fair and equal treatment for borrowers and the success of thoughtful and comprehensive complian
to a high in the mid 90s. it's 74 right now. >>> here's what we have our eye on today, the city's child development services is expanding. a ribbon cutting is set for a new support center. >> a retired city police officer is being honored, james dixon will talk about receiving the congressional gold metal. >> baltimore county unvails its new cool trees program. >> will ever -- already in the news, a messy morning commute. crews continue to work to clean up a major water main break downtown. >> a fatal plane crash, details on the investigation. >> they are still searching, but we have new information on the search for a missing boat er. more news, first warning weather and your first traffic report of the morning in a couple of minutes. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ [ horn honks ] ♪ oh, those were the best of days ♪ ♪ i still feel the summer rays ♪ that graced our backs as we went down the lan
% in foreclosures in cities such as philadelphia, chicago, new york, tampa and baltimore. but in the west, not so much. and that's where most of the investor activity is. sue? >> diana, thanks. >>> facebook shares trading below the ipo price of 38 bucks. social network set to report the first quarterly results as a public company today after the closing bell. of course, we'll have it for you. where do you think facebook's stock will be one year after the listing? give you the yahoo! finance poll results after a quick break. we are up 200 points on the dow jones industrial average. 255 to the plus side the high of the day and the market's holding up well with confirmation of the transports and utilities. we're back in a moment. >>> coming up at the top of this hour, former zynga bull with the green light on "street signs" after the ipo joins us for an mea culpa on the sinking stock. front lines of strong earnings there and the real story on jcpenney. we were all over the big spike yesterday. it was touched off by a tweet. see the power of tweeter. back to "power lunch." >> we'll be watching, mandy
nicely. really across the board, we saw real strong performances and especially in our large cities like baltimore, chicago, texas looks good, california looks pretty good, so las vegas looks good, so really across the country we had real strong performance. >> gary, let's talk about consolidation in the industry. obviously american air in bankruptcy, big questions about whether they're going to merge with u.s. air. your company's name has been floated out there, still in the mix, almost finished now i imagine integrating airtran. what do you think is going to happen? >> well, we've got a lot of work to do at southwest, so it's nothing that we've commented on with respect to any interest we might have. we're very busy with integrating airtran and that will take several more years. we're really pushing our new frequent flyer program and spending a lot of time with that, bringing in new aircraft type so we're very, very busy. in any event we're expecting that our competitors will simply grow stronger, and just listening to your earlier conversation, we need to be sure that we bring competi
are some ideas about trimming spending. what would you do to get city spending under control? baltimore, maryland, on our independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. it is time the start laying off all these politicians, 80% of them. get rid of their staff and cut their benefits. they are making more money than anybody else in the state and the taxpayers have to foot the bill for their medical benefits. it is time they start paying their fair share. host: do you have a concern that that would discourage your average citizen for running for office if they could not afford to do it without having another job? caller: let them do with another job. host: what else would you do? caller: the taxpayers are working two and three jobs. why should we have to foot the bill to pay their medical benefits and their big salaries? there is way to mentee representatives and the state of maryland and across the country. the house of representatives? the senate? there is 435 members of the house of representatives. let's cut that down to about 100. all their staff and make them pay for their b
. a closer look shows is near dale city moving east. mount vernon will probably get in on some of. that probably the strongest activity tonight has been in and around the baltimore area and some of these storms have been producing a little hail. now we see rotation high in the storm. that could translate to some wind damage as well. we've had a number of reports of trees down. you notice the green here, those are flash flood warnings for baltimore and that area was hard hit last thursday. these flash flood warnings will go for baltimore, baltimore county, carroll and hartford county until 2 a.m. they've had some heavy rain. that's to not say flooding right now is as bad as last week, but another inch or 2 could fall out of some of these storms moving through. that's where the greatest collection of lightning has been. you can see around the rest of the region we're not seeing that much in the way of lightning. we continue to monitor this line of storms, did a lot of damage in the new york city area, but as they moved through our region, they have weakened as we expected as our mod
-70, we had a crash on southbound 29 at baltimore national bank. 22 miles per hour on the outer loop. continued closures in the city due to a sinkhole on monument street. let's take a live view of traffic. here is what it looks like on the harrisburg expressway. delays from timonium to the beltway. j.f.x., pretty good shape into account. john has a check and a forecast. >> we are beginning to pick up a few clouds around big area. storms approaching frederick and into the east. rain is moving in in the next hour or so, and during the rest of the day, a chance for rain as well. is up.nt forecast for today, scattered showers and thunderstorms. we look at the seven-day forecast. strums on friday, temperatures back off a little bit. by and large, the weekend looks great. by the time we hit wednesday, chance of summertime thunderstorms. >>> back now in london on a thursday morning, it's the 26th day of july, 2012. there is the famed tower bridge and something about al. he had a thing for the george washington bridge back in new york and now he has decided he wants to open the tower bridge.
as this morning. down at the beaches f you are in ocean city, a real good thunderstorm at the moment. teaches reagan national, much cooler than yesterday. 75 right now. warm and humid but feels a lot better. 77 fredricksburg. 73 in baltimore. afternoon high temperatures for the first time in about 12 days will not touch 95 or better. the highs today only 85 degrees with lots of clouds around. it should feel more comfortable this afternoon. could be a shower later today. more details on the five-day coming up. let's do traffic and see if things are slowing down on the roadway. w if you are traveling on 95 this morning. accident activity in newington tying up the left side of the roadway. be careful here as you travel off the overpass here at 7100 trying to merge to 95. accident activity, stay to the right in order to get by. on the other side of town, lanes are open top stretch of the beltway between general park and bethesda. 270 south of 28 heading through rockville, the lanes are open. the earlier crash in the local lanes has been cleared. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>>
heat is catching up with those who have been without power for a week now. we visited a west baltimore man who would could -- could no longer tolerate the temperatures. he was taken away with a heatstroke. eight people have died from the heat. bge hoped to add 100 out of state workers yesterday, instead they got 250 more to tackle the outages. about 20,000 have had their service restored in the past 24 hours. reporting in north baltimore, mike schuh. >>> a man is behind bars after a police involved shooting. it happened last night just outside the maryland campus. officers shot the man after he try today steal a police cruiser. he crashed it into a brick barrier and was taken to the hospital. nobody else was hurt. >>> four men are under indictment after a meth lab was discovered inside the holiday inn after someone tipped them off. each man faces a number of charges. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next travel websites that will make your summer vacation the best yet. actor allen coming talks ability -- about his roll on the cbs hit show the >>> wow. hello long beach.
in salisbury, 75 in ocean city. heat andnation anof the humidity could make it feel like the low 100. chance for thunderstorms today, especially south of the d.c. and baltimore areas. with all this heat, the atmosphere is unstable. as we head into >>> 7:30 on friday morning, july 27th, 2012. you are looking live at the olympic torch on the river thames as it completes the last leg of its epic 70-day, 8,000 mile journey to britain. it's at city hall where the flame will remain out of sight until the big moment, the opening ceremony. if the music doesn't get you excited, the torch will. >> you know, i have to be honest, i'm getting pumped. it's going to be an incredible show tonight between the creative part of it, the parade of athletes and the lighting of the calderon, the raising of the olympic flag. so i'm getting excited about it now. just ahead two big interviews from london. international icon david beckham will tell us how he's feeling with the opening ceremony and hours away first lady michelle obama will join us live. but we begin this half hour with one of the most anticipated m p
. unfortunate city council passed a budget based on borrowing and is unwilling to fund it. stay in the moment sanya focus lolo, focus let's do this i am from baltimore south carolina... bloomington, california... austin, texas... we are all here to represent the country we love this is for everyone back home it's go time. across america, we're all committed to team usa. bill: so meet a baseball player who caught something, out of this world. the new jersey man says he was walking off the field when what he thinks is a meteorite fell in front of him. it was cold when he picked it up and used a magnet to conduct his own test. he says nasa is calling and they want to take a look at it. take a listen. >> they were all excited. they contacted me. they want to get a sample of the rock see where origin is from, a asteroid belt or how old might be. very interesting. it was weird. i'm glad it didn't hit me. bill: yeah. more than a foul ball, isn't it? the ballplayer is not sure what to do with it. friends are urging him to put it on ebay. martha: come on, hold onto it. that he will get another one tho
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